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DONE DEALS: Sculptor blazing a new trail

Christina Gomez, of the Keller Williams Tribeca office, just closed on a deal for artist and sculptor Josh Hadar.
Best known for elaborate metal works, Hadar needed to relocate his studio after moving from Tribeca to the Upper West Side
Gomez found him an old warehouse in the Bronx that he picked up for $880,000.
Now he’s hoping the space will draw other artists to the neighborhood. ‟My plan is to hold on to this property for a while, develop it into a unique, artistic space. I’m also looking collaborate with members of the community, and provide training in various trade disciplines, like welding and fabrication.
“I hope other creatives see the value in moving to the Bronx so that we may all collectively build a community of thoughtful artisans and engineers.”
The studio is located at 407 East 174th Street (pictured top). Built in 1955, it comprises 3,320 s/f of space and basement storage. Joe Cosentino of Morris Park Realty represented the seller.


Upper West Side
372 Central Park West #7P

Two bedroom, 2-bath corner unit with a private balcony and oversized windows with north and west exposures. Both bedrooms are king size and have walk-in closets. Through wall air-conditioning. Building has a 24-hour doorman, resident manager, exercise room, children’s playroom, outdoor play area, central laundry, bike storage, storage lockers and parking. Asking price: $1,500,000. Time on market: 17 days. CC: $790. Agents: Ivana Tagliamonte and Kyle Haas, Halstead.

Lenox Hill
136 E64th St. #11C

Classic Six pre-war co-op renovated and decorated by a top interior designer. Semi-private landing, entry foyer, livingroom with wood-burning fireplace and custom built-ins. Formal dining room, located through pocket doors from the living room, has been converted to den/dining and opened to the top-of-the-line kitchen. Two bedrooms, two renovated baths, master with built-in closets, electronic shades and en-suite bath. Staff room/third bedroom has an en-suite half bath . White glove doorman building with live-in super, storage cage. Asking price: $3,425,000. CC: $3,799. Agents: Megan Scott, Amanda Cannon, Merrill Curtis of Stribling; John Antretter of Triplemint.

Kips Bay
201 E28th St. #14F

One bedroom, 1-bath south facing unit with open floor plan. Move-in ready. Foyer with walk-in closet, windowed kitchen, living/dining room, king-sized bedroom with dual walk-ins, windowed bath and two additional closets. The Chesapeake House is a full-service building with a 24-hour doorman, common roof deck, laundry, resident super and on-site parking. Asking price: $899,000. Time on market: 42 days. CC: $1,489. Agents: Eklund Gomes Team, Douglas Elliman; Rory Clark, Halstead.

Greenwich VIllage
59 Fourth Avenue, #2A

Corner floor-thru two-bedroom, two-bath co-op loft in historic former factory building. Living/dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows, white stained maple wood floors and white-washed exposed brick walls. Open chef’s kitchen with Poggenpohl cabinets and stainless steel appliances. 13 ft. barrel vaulted ceilings throughout. In-unit washer/dryer. Asking Price: $1,900,000. CC: $3,031. Days on the Market: 3 weeks. Agent: Natalia Padilla, Citi Habitats.

1345 E4th St. #1A

One-bedroom, 1-bath co-op with open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. Living/dining area with double window. Upgraded bath with new fixtures, tile and an whirlpool tub. Building amenities include a live-in super, laundry, bike room and underground heated parking. Maintenance is 45% tax deductible. Asking Price: $259,000. CC: $450. Days on the Market: 1 day. Agents: David Maundrell Jr., Citi Habitats; Colette DeSantis, Coldwell Banker.


Prospect Heights
431 Sterling Pl. #2A

Two bedroom, 1-bath in Prospect Heights Historic District. One flight up in pre-war co-op,. Unit has front-facing bow windows in the living room and one of the bedrooms. Ceilings up to 9 ft. hardwood floors, living room with separate dining area and galley kitchen. Asking Price: $750,000. CC: $600. Days on Market: 126 days. Agents: Martin Eiden and Min Sohn, Compass; David Khan, MNS

Prospect Heights
737 Bergen St. #1B

Split level two bedroom, 1.5-bath home with private terrace and garden. The upper level houses a bedroom with access to terrace, living/dining room, bathroom with radiant heated floors, and kitchen featuring custom white cabinetry with brass hardware, white granite countertops and breakfast bar. Descend the stairs to master bedroom and half bath, full size washer/dryer, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors lead to the private garden. Asking Price: $1,095,000. CC: $852. Days on Market: 106 Days. Agents: Jamie Fedorko and Jessica Swersey of Warburg Realty; Tyson Lewis & Alexandra Como Saghir of Halstead Real Estate.

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